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Don’t apply there, hostile work environment.

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Be yourself.

Answered - Instructor (part-time) (Former Employee) - Commerce, TX

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Be aware of the position you are applying for and make sure you understand the roles for that position

Answered - Utility Design Coordinator (Former Employee) - College Station, TX 77845

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As long as you meet the qualifications you'll probably be hired.

Answered - GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT (Former Employee) - Corpus Christi, TX

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Just know your job

Answered - Graduate Assistant (Current Employee) - Commerce, TX

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Keep confident and don't stress yourself put

Answered - Student (Current Employee) - College Station, TX

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Come prepared, ready with interesting questions. Act VERY interested in the well being of the school and the students!

Answered - Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) - College Station, TX

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At College Station, stress your research accomplishments.

At Commerce and Texarkana, stress your teaching experience. They give lip-service to valuing research achievement, but they don't really. Do your homework ahead of time and study the deean's credentials. If you publishing record is better than the deans, play it down. Jealousy is alive, well, and thriving.

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Be a very confident person and don't be afraid to joke around a little to lighten the interview up

Answered - Environmental Specialist (Former Employee) - College Station, TX

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Be a very confident person and don't be afraid to joke around a little to lighten the interview up

Answered - Environmental Specialist (Former Employee) - College Station, TX

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